Snoring in Pregnancy Tied to Possible Health Concerns, University of Michigan Health System Study

Published: Nov 06, 2013

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Pregnant women who snore three or more nights a week are more likely to have a cesarean section and smaller babies, a new study finds.

The findings suggest that treating snoring in pregnant women may help reduce health problems among newborns and the associated medical costs, according to the University of Michigan Health System researchers.

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